New "Inversion" Could Be Good for Stocks
Coming in at 1.966%, 30 year treasury yields dipped below S&P 500 Dividends. Bespoke Investment Group shares research on this kind of inversion and why it could be good for stocks.
The ETF Show - Efficient Exposure
Global markets saw wild gyrations amid uncertainty over the trade war and concerns over economic growth. Renaissance Capital's Kathleen Smith highlights recent IPO trends and considers the outlook for market debuts. Smith also offers insight into the Renaissance IPO ETF (NYSE: IPO). Aware Asset Management's John E. Kaprich focuses on finding yield in both bull and bear markets.
The Case for a Flexible Approach to Investing
Investing across the capital spectrum provides interesting opportunities, says senior portfolio manager David King. A flexible strategy can pursue an outcome rather than just looking for stocks or looking for bonds.
SPDR S&P International Dividend ETF (DWX)
How and Why to Look Overseas for Dividend Funds
Investing for Income: Equity Edition
Historically, dividends have been a significant component of equity returns. But, warns Ed Kerschner, the highest-yielding stocks may not be the answer.